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Lawrence Elman is the founder and director of Drive Thru Pictures. He has produced and directed numerous award-winning documentaries. He produced BAFTA-winning documentary, Nine Lives of Alice Martineau (2003). He has worked extensively with the BBC, in documentaries such as Office Tigers (2006), and The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World (2008). In 2009, Team Qatar won the Best Feature Film Prize in Tribeca/Doha film festival. He also produced and directed John Mortimer: A Life in Words, and Pablo’s Hippos (2010), which were broadcast on the BBC and screened in festivals around the world. Lawrence Elman joined forces in 2009 as Directors in Amber Entertainment’s London office. Combining their extensive experience in the film industry, Ms. Maisel and Mr. Elman focus on the acquisition of intellectual property rights of literary works and the production of feature films, documentaries, television series and content for digital platforms. The company has also created strategic partnerships with publishing houses like Penguin to develop and create new and innovative ways of content distribution. Recent Amber projects include Romeo and Juliet, adapted by Julian Fellows, Molly Moon, The Incredible Hypnotist, a new film based on the best selling books Molly Moon by Georgia Byng and The Perfect Assassin. You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Government Censorship of Organic Food Benefits with Mischa Popoff, B.A. (Hons.) Univ. of Sasketchewan.
Mischa Popoff is a former organic farmer and USDA-contract organic inspector.
Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon
Author of “History of nitrogen for warfare and fertilizer”
Author of “Is it Organic? The inside story of the organic industry”--Some people won't like this book, but you will.
Policy Advisor for The Heartland Institute.
Research Associate for The Frontier Centre for Public Policy
He exposes the practice of the lack of field testing in the global organic industry and how it may have contributed to foodborne bacterial outbreaks.
He has contributed to many outbreak investigations, including listeria, E. coli and salmonella, in organic food.
2. What is organic marketing labeling?
3. What types of testing protocols prove organic labels?
a. Chemical testing
b. Biological testing
c. Process documentation
4. Government censorship of analysis of organic labeling.
5. Testing Analysis efforts of Organic food products.
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The “Originator” and ”The Godfather of Urban Fashion” are some of the titles that adorn the thrown of Karl Kani. In 1989 the Karl Kani brand was launched by the intrepid designer who inherently believed in the American dream. The unchartered waters of urban design were pierced by the Karl Kani brand donning the hip hop style that intertwined high fashion and the streets. In its early years the Kani brand and names such as Tupac Shakur, Biggie Smalls, Sean “Puffy” Combs, Snoop Dog, Lil Kim’ , Nas, Ludacris and Dr. Dre were inseparable. Beyond its beginnings, Karl Kani’s line took on a more contemporary route with Live Life. Major names such as Will Smith, Tara Reid and Kelly Clarkson, Mischa Barton and Ashlee Simpson in the early 2000s reflect this shift. With record breaking sales throughout the international market the the Karl Kani brand has now taken on a new course. Today, the brand reflects the indie street subculture of American urban hubs while still incorporating high fashion. The companies American re-launch in 2013 will once again change the trajectory of fashion. The Karl Kani brand has now transitioned from its days in the 90s to the urban chic look of today. The evolution of the Kani brand is now here.
Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show on the HW Radio Podcast with host Danny Tisdale as he talks with film director Mischa Webley about The Kill Hole, the new war drama opening at MISTHarlem on March 15th 2013.
Danny talks about the latest Harlem news on Harlem World Magazine Facebook, and our history site on Facebook, Twitter and Harlemworldmag.com.
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On the latest episode of Conversations, host Tim Gordon talks with writer/director Mischa Webley about his current film, The Kill Hole. Wembley will talk about the genesis of his story and working with stars, Chad Boseman and Tory Kittles all on Episode 2 of Conversations.
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How much of your life have you spent “finding” yourself? Many of us (including me, as I have recently started up Raise Incredible Kids) on the planet now are looking at two important questions: 1) can we raise children so that they do not have to get over their childhood? And 2) is it possible to welcome children into this world, to guide and accompany them, in ways that fully support the unfolding and flourishing of their unique gifts and potential, while at the same time enabling them to become a part of and to contribute meaningfully to the greater whole: their family environment, society, the planet, and cosmos? Miriam Martineau guests on this day to explore these questions. Even if you’re not a parent, imagine finding out what you can do to “re-parent yourself” so you don’t keep having to look so hard to find “you”! We welcome your questions and participation.
Sales and marketing go hand in hand to create your success. InfusionSoft founders Clate Mask and Scott Martineau have made increasing your sales much easier. Today they will share the secrets to their business success.
Clate Mask, Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer
Since he joined as a co-founder in 2001, Clate has played a crucial role in the growth and success of Infusionsoft. He is coauthor of the New York Times Best-Seller Conquer the Chaos: How to Grow a Successful Small Business without Going Crazy. Mask is regarded as a leading authority on small business and marketing with a career in technology and entrepreneurship that spans more than a decade.
Scott Martineau, CoFounder and Vice President, Customer Experience
Scott Martineau leads customer service strategy for Infusion. Martineau has spent the last eight years helping entrepreneurs leverage technology to accomplish their business goals. Scott's real passion and skill is in arming the small business entrepreneur with the tools needed to compete with and out-market large companies and other competitors.
Mischa Martineau is uniquely accomplished as a trainer, curriculum developer and performance artist. Mischa is an author and the co-founder of Martineau Systems which delivers high performance training systems. Her credo is “The most important system for success is our belief system.”
For over two decades she has innovated curricula for business and personal development.
Mischa's latest creations are the "I Am Who I Say I Am: program and the book, "My Discovery Journal".
Join us as Mischa shares with us how to change our lives by changing the way we think - and she demonstrates how to do it!
Certified organic crops are not tested for human pathogens with Mischa Popoff, B.A. Mischa Popoff is a former organic farmer and USDA-contract organic inspector. Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. Author of “History of nitrogen for warfare and fertilizer” and “Is it Organic? The inside story of the organic industry.” Policy Advisor for The Heartland Institute. Research Associate for The Frontier Centre for Public Policy. He will explain how the lack of field testing in the global organic industry may have contributed to foodborne bacterial outbreaks.
Agenda: 1. Introduction 2. What is a foodborne outbreak? 3. What is a USDA-certified organic grower? 4. What are the facts about the recent organic frozen berry outbreak? 5. Did improper hand washing contribute to the outbreak? 6. Where did the protocol error occur? 7. How did the error infect 131 people in 8 states? 8. Could the virus have been introduced with improperly-composted manure? 9. Why isn’t this being discussed? 10. What measures, if any, are taken in the multibillion dollar organic industry to prevent food-borne illness (and even death) resulting from improperly-composted manure? 11. Conclusion
Mischa Popoff, B.A. (Hons.) U. of S. Organic farming consultant Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada 250-495-2902 www.isitorganic.ca For public speaking engagements or consultations, please contact the National Speakers Bureau Sawa Matsumura, 1-800-661-4110 ext. 311, email@example.com
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